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New addition to the East Quadrangle dormitory at Hill St. and E. University Ave., January 1948 Photographer: Maiteland Robert La Motte

New addition to the East Quadrangle dormitory at Hill St. and E. University Ave., January 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 20, 1948
Caption
HOME SWEET HOME: Approximately 677 men students call this building home. Pictured above is the addition to the East Quadrangle dormitory building at Hill St. and E. University Ave. which is virtually complete except for landscaping. It has two dining rooms and each of the sections, or "houses" into which it is divided, has a suite for the house director. The four houses are named in memory of four University professors. Construction costs are approximately $1,800,000.

Addition to the East Engineering Building, 500 block of E. University Ave., January 1948 Photographer: Maiteland Robert La Motte

Addition to the East Engineering Building, 500 block of E. University Ave., January 1948 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, January 20, 1948
Caption
ENGINEERING STUDENTS STUDY HERE: This four-story addition to the East Engineering Building in the 500 block of E. University Ave. was occupied last fall, even though not completely finished. Students could learn engineering practice both in and between classes as workmen filled the halls, working on interior finish details. The structure, erected at an estimated cost of $1,470,000, is built of concrete, stone and brick to harmonize with the architectural style of the original engineering building, shown at the far left of this photograph. The new addition houses the aeronautical and electrical engineering departments of the College of Engineering of the University. Third floor is to be devoted almost entirely to electronics and communications equipment.

'U' Students To Get 'Dial-a-Lab' In Dorm

'U' Students To Get 'Dial-a-Lab' In Dorm image
Parent Issue
Day
24
Month
October
Year
1962
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U-M Arab Group Rejects Meeting

U-M Arab Group Rejects Meeting image
Parent Issue
Day
20
Month
November
Year
1977
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Homecoming Display At Strauss House, East Quad, October 1960 Photographer: Duane Scheel

Homecoming Display At Strauss House, East Quad,  October 1960 image
Published In
Ann Arbor News, October 22, 1960
Caption
Strauss House residents at East Quadrangle evidently think Michigan footballers will be full of life today. When spectators placed thumbs up it meant life for Christians during persecutions in ancient Rome. Thumbs down meant death.